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Friday Night Football Rewind
The playoff race is taking shape. Catch up with all the gridiron action from Week 7
Published: 10/10/2020 2:29:29 AM
 


Capital 25, Timberline 0

Quarterback Max Clark exited Friday's game with an injury before managing to get the Eagles on the board, potentially putting Capital’s perfect season on notice. 

But backup signal caller Avery Downey stepped in seamlessly, throwing four touchdowns to help Capital clinch the 5A Southern Idaho Conference’s East Division. 

Capital will face Borah to close out the regular season Oct. 16. Timberline will play Skyview. 

Boise 41, Borah 31

The Brave haven’t seen much success in the Southern Idaho Conference, losing their last 13 matchups.

But an upset win over Borah, a playoff team from a year ago, snapped the streak, keeping Boise alive in the hunt for a playoff appearance. Boise’s last win came against Timberline, a 34-29 duel in 2018. The Brave went winless in 2019. 

Boise’s 41 points marks the best offensive showing since a 50-point performance against 4A Ridgevue in 2016. 

Highland 38, Skyview 23

Kaleb Demuzio helped Highland in a tough Treasure Valley matchup, running into the record books as the Rams’ seventh-leading rusher all-time after a 97-yard performance.

Easton Durham complimented the run game with read options keeping the Skyview defense on its heels. Durham scored twice on the ground, gaining 111 yards while throwing for another three touchdowns and 223 yards. Durham found Raimon Barela downfield eight times for 101 yards and a pair of TDs. 

The Ram defense held an otherwise potent Skyview offense scoreless throughout the entire second half. The Rams scored the only touchdown of the final two quarters, a 1-yard scramble by Durham.

Highland will face Rigby in a potential conference-altering matchup Oct. 16. Skyview will play Timberline. 

Moscow 30, Lakeland 22

The University of Idaho Kibbie Dome played host to another wild Inland Empire showdown. 

The Bears scored in almost every way imaginable, as Jonah Elliss returned a blocked field goal 68 yards to the house. Leon Hutton, Isaiah Murphy and Elliss also scored on offense. 

Moscow will play Sandpoint next Friday. Lakeland will play St. Maries. 

Century 61, Preston 24

Century quarterback McKean Romriell threw six touchdowns to five different receivers in the Diamondbacks' thumping of the Indians. 

Romriell had a career night, with three different Century receivers eclipsing 100 yards. Junior Bruin Fleischmann had six catches for 118 yards and a score. Senior Emmett Holt had six catches for 108 yards and another touchdown. Senior Jovan Sowell caught five balls for 98 yards and two TDs.

Myles Gifford picked off Preston quarterback Tait Rawlings three times. Jonah Sowell also nabbed an interception, taking it 35 yard to the house. Titan Fleischmann added a fumble recovery to the turnover-hungry Diamondback defense. 

Century will play Canyon Ridge Oct. 16. Preston will take on Pocatello. 

Emmett 50, Middleton 27

Just a week after blowing a double-digit lead to Bishop Kelly, the Vikings once again found themselves on the receiving end of an improbable Southern Idaho Conference comeback. 

Wherever the Huskies go, drama seems to follow. The Huskies found themselves embroiled in a stolen playbook controversy, had last week’s game called at halftime after some unruly fan behavior and this week managed to survive a 14-0 deficit against one of the Treasure Valley’s most potent offenses. 

Emmett held Middleton to just six points in the second half, sparking the comeback. Quarterback Caden Young filled in on the Emmett defense, intercepting Middleton quarterback Ky McClure for a pick-six for the final score of the game. 

Emmett stays alive in the playoff race, and will take on Columbia Oct. 16. Middleton will play Nampa. 

Vallivue 34, Columbia 7

Casey Cope helped the Falcons maintain a top spot in the SIC with 129 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns. 

Cope also completed 50% of his passes for another two touchdowns, with nine passes going to Lincoln Marler for 93 yards. The Wildcat defense did its best to disrupt the Falcon offense, picking off Cope three times. But the Vallivue defense made up for the miscues, hold Columbia to 46 yards in the first half. 

Vallivue, 4-1 in the conference, takes on fellow first-place contender Bishop Kelly Oct. 16, a game that could carry major playoff implications. Columbia will play Emmett. 

Sugar-Salem 27, Teton 7

The Digger offense finally found its footing after a rough start filled with blunders. 

Sugar-Salem lost a fumble on its first possession, a microcosm of the Diggers’ inability to start hot in 2020. But just as they have in every game this year, Sugar-Salem quickly came alive, scoring 20 second-half points while holding the Timberwolves scoreless after the first quarter. 

The Diggers spread the ball around, with three players gaining 20 or more yards on the ground. Wyatt Harris led the charge with 72 yards and a touchdown, averaging nine yards a carry. Kendle Harris and Brigam Lee each hauled in 23-yard passes from quarterback Kyzon Garner, who finished with 122 yards on 10 completions. 

The Digger defense exceled on third down, allowing just two Teton conversions all night and three turnovers on downs. 

The undefeated Diggers move on to South Fremont Oct. 16, while Teton closes out the regular season, also against South Fremont, Oct. 23. 

Snake River 23, Marsh Valley 21 (OT)

The Panthers outlasted the Eagles in overtime, winning on a one-yard Hunter Roche touchdown run. Chandler Coombs helped Marsh Valley strike first in the extra period, but the Eagles failed on the two-point conversion try. 

The Panthers, now leading the 3A South East Idaho Conference, will play American Falls next Friday. Marsh Valley takes on Gooding Oct. 15. 

Homedale 54, Payette 0

The Trojans won their third in a row, posting their second-straight shut out. 

Homedale had five different players find the end zone. Milo Mertz, Andrew Marston, Hayden Kincheloe, Rylan Binford and Keagen Christensen all found paydirt. Christensen scored twice and Dawson Fox led in yardage with 82. 

The Trojans will take on Weiser next Friday. Payette will play Fruitland. 

Timberlake 28, Kellogg 6

The Tigers nearly tripled Kellogg’s yardage, gaining 194 yards on the ground and 120 yards through the air. 

Timberlake gained 16 first downs compared to Kellogg’s seven, with three of the team’s touchdowns coming in the first quarter. Kale Paslay got the Tigers on the board first with a 15-yard run. Quarterback Ashton Peightal put Timberlake up by two possessions with a 55-yard TD pass to Zach Yetter. Peightal finished with just three completions, averaging 40 yards per throw. Luke Fortin led Timberlake in rushing with 77 yards, but could not find the end zone, a feat accomplished by three other Tigers. 

Timberlake takes on Bonners Ferry next Friday. Kellogg faces Priest River. 

Weiser 28, McCall-Donnelly 7

The Wolverines outgained the Vandals by 250 yards, running the ball 56 times for 296 yards and three touchdowns. 

The Wolverine defense terrorized McCall-Donnelly quarterback DJ Green all night, picking him off three times and allowing him to complete just four passes for 18 yards. Brett Spencer didn’t have much more success for Wesier under center, throwing for 79 yards on as many passes, throwing one touchdown and two interceptions. But Spencer made an impact on defense, accounting for two of the Weiser secondary’s interceptions. 

Willy Shirts carried the offense, gaining 177 yards for a pair of TDs. The Wolverines managed to score one touchdown in every quarter, while the Vandal offense sorely missed the end zone after the first quarter. 

Weiser will take on Homedale next Friday in an effort to even the score in the 3A Snake River Valley Conference. McCall-Donnelly takes on Parma. 

North Fremont 22, Aberdeen 14

The Tigers came five yards short of upsetting the Huskies. The Tigers needed just a handful more yards to potentially tie the game, but the North Fremont defense stepped up on fourth down. 

Despite the final score, the Tigers actually outgained the Huskies, with Liev mack rushing for 95 yards and a pair of touchdowns. 

North Fremont will play Ririe next Friday. Aberdeen will face West Side. 

Melba 44, New Plymouth 14

Zane Helm led the Mustangs in rushing with over 150 yards and a touchdown in a 44-14 win over New Plymouth.   

Henry Clark threw for over 250 yards and two touchdowns along with a rushing TD. Dillon Stosich and Cam Wood each recorded a receiving touchdown. 

The Mustangs host Nampa Christian Oct. 16 with an opportunity to win their first conference title since 2004. The Pilgrims will face Cole Valley. 

Wilder 64, Idaho City 54

It was Wilder's homecoming but Idaho City threatened to ruin the party as Thomas Luthy threw three first-half touchdown passes to lead his team to a 42-14 halftime lead. But the tables turned after the break as Wilder staged a furious rally, using big plays and onside kicks to score 30 points in the third quarter to get back in the game. Diego Rodriguez tossed a touchdown pass to Drevin Hall to give Wilder a 50-48 lead just a couple of minutes into the fourth quarter. A run by Rodriguez midway through the quarter made it 56-48, but Idaho City answered with a Connor Rapacon touchdown run with three minutes left. On the ensuing two-point attempt, Fabien Leon made a great individual stop in the hole, denying what looked like it would be the game-tying two-point conversion. Then, after Wilder recovered the ensuing onside kick, Leon ripped off a long touchdown run to seal the win.

Wilder played without three key starters - Moises Perez, Adrian Miramontes, and Cody Walker (who was named homecoming king at halftime) - while Idaho City played without star RB/LB Trayton Nelson and lost WR/DB Xander Thompson to injury in the second half.

Wilder stayed even with Notus at 2-0 in Western Idaho Conference play, 4-2 overall, and will play the Pirates Oct. 16. Idaho City is 2-3 overall, 1-2 in conference play and will play Tri-Valley Oct. 16. .

Lighthouse Christian 38, Grace 22

Grace managed to claw back into contention after falling behind 21-0, but the Lions scored a pair of late touchdowns to survive. 

Quarterback Collin Holloway threw five touchdowns for 227 yards, tacking on a 22-yard field goal to help secure the win. Armando Carllson ran for 115 yards on 19 carries. Holloway hit Clay Silva and Jack Dejong for a combined 186 yards and four touchdowns. 

Lighthouse takes on Oakley next Friday, while Grace faces Challis. 

Raft River 52, Murtaugh 8

Raft River remains undefeated in the 1ADI Snake River Conference, handing the Devils their third conference loss on the year. 

Ethan Bernad gained 180 yards and scored three touchdowns. Thaine Loughmiller followed up with another 148 yards and two rushing touchdowns. Loughmiller also led the defense with six tackles and sack, while Tegan Whitaker electrified the special teams unit with a 48-yards punt return for a touchdown. 

The Trojans face off against Butte County next week. Murtaugh will look to snap a five-game losing streak against Glenns Ferry. 

Notus 62, Rimrock 6

Carter Woodland rushed 104 yards on 13 carries and two, including three two-point conversions.

Elijah Martin had 14 carries for 113 yards and three touchdowns, hauling in 30 yards receiving and a score. Martin also made an impact on defense, recording seven tackles and an interception. Kieran Miraz had seven tackles, a sack and an interception.

Notus, now undefeated, closes out the regular season against Wilder Oct. 16. 

Prairie 78, Lapwai 22

Idaho’s defending 1ADI state champion proved why its offense might be the most potent in the state, scoring a season high 78 points, their most since September 2019. 

Pirate running back Brody Hasselstrom ran for 145 yards and four touchdowns on 13 carries. Quarterback Cole Schlader added another two touchdowns on the ground and one through the air. Lane Schumacher stepped in under center to great success, throwing for 98 yards and another two scores. 

Undefeated Prairie moves on to Genesee Monday, Oct. 19. Lapwai will look to rebound from three straight losses against Lakeside Oct. 16. 

Rockland 56, Shoshone 14

The Bulldogs got back on track against the Indians, as Clay McLean provided the spark with a 90-yard pick-six. 

Gavin Permann stepped in at quarterback, throwing for four touchdowns and 181 yards. 

The Bulldogs snapped a three-game skid, and will face North Gem for a rematch Oct. 23. 

Horseshoe Bend 56, Tri-Valley 20

Mustang quarterback Colten Meyer threw for 250 yards and four scores, helping elevate Horseshoe Bend’s postseason chances. 

Caedmon Graham helped ease the pressure of his QB, catching a pair of touchdowns while Kegan Smith led the defense with 14 tackles. 

The Mustangs will face a serious test in Garden Valley Oct. 16. The winless Titans face Idaho City.

 
 


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